Hired Cowboys and Hired Guns
Video: A Cowboy Welcome
Whether you want a full-scale western event including a live western band, nostalgic music that helped shape the West, cowboy stories and poetry, gunslingers, trick ropers, and food – or just a couple of cowboy greeters to say howdy and pose for photos with the guests, our hired guns are just what you’re looking for.
Cowboy and Western Entertainment
Quick-draw artists, horse and mule rides, gunfights, BBQ and Dutch oven dinners – our cowboys can tailor your event to your specific needs. However big your plans and no matter what type of event you’re putting together, we can rustle up a wagon load full of terrific cowboy entertainment that will make your event something mighty special.
Video: Cowboy Music Show
For corporate training events our cowboys will transport your team back to a time when people worked hard for the company that hired them – when honest values such as loyalty, hard work, and integrity actually meant something.
Our cowboy keynote speakers are perfect for corporate retreats, schools, and conferences. Enjoy a 45-60 minute keynote address from an authentic working cowboy that includes stories, music, and riveting personal experiences, all geared toward teaching the power of living according to the code of the West. Other options include exciting business workshops that range from 90-minute presentations to three-day training summits and Western retreats. These motivating, creative, hands-on, fun retreats will teach teamwork, leadership, communication and customer service skills.
Cowboy Photo Slide Show
You can keep things simple by hiring a couple of real life cowboys to emcee your event, greet your guests upon arrival, or sing everyone’s favorite cowboy songs like Ghost Riders in the Sky and Tumbling Tumbleweeds. Or pull out all the stops and give your guests a full 90-minute western-themed show that includes a nostalgic ride through the stories and tunes that helped shape the West.
Our real life cowboys have been bringing the excitement and romance of the Old West to major events for many years – like the 2002 Olympics where they “howdy’d” about 250,000 people as cowboy greeters over a two week period. Providing photo-ops and cowboy handshakes upon arrival to an event is a great way to get people in the mood for good old western fun.